I bring more than 25 years worth of journalism and new-media experience to my work as writer, editor and communications consultant. In my most recent position, senior vice president for Digital Media and Content Creation at Blanc & Otus, I used my traditional publishing and digital-media expertise to help clients determine the best social-media strategies and tactics for their business goals. In addition, I led the agency’s content-creation practice, which included blogging and Twitter services and Web site information architecture support.

 I joined the agency from EE Times, where I worked for 15 years as an editor, the last six as editor-in-chief.  During that time, I helped guide EE Times to become the news and information source for the electronics industry and transformed the property from a strictly print edition into an industry multimedia leader in the online world.  I was responsible for a number of industry firsts within the electronics sector, including one of the first blogs, the first podcasts as well as video coverage.  I’ve also spent considerable time speaking and moderating panels in the electronics industry. I write about industry issues and evolving communications strategies and tools on my blog, Greeley’s Ghost.

 Prior to CMP, I worked as managing editor for the San Jose Business Journal, managing editor of the Providence Business News and as a reporter and bureau chief for United Press International in Indiana and Rhode Island.

 I was born and raised in San Francisco and received my bachelor’s degree in English from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).